Stealth Project is a Minnesota-based suppressor manufacturer that has a pretty unique lineup of suppressors. Stealth Project Suppressors markets their silencers as being free from point of impact shift, hearing safe, and free from the risk of baffle strikes. Nathan Stieren, the CEO of Alliance Outdoor Group announced that Stealth Project would be added to the family of brands on May 21st.
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Stealth Project Suppressors Acquired by Alliance Outdoor Group
“The AOG team is very excited to add Stealth into its family. This deal brings together a solid and experienced team with the greatest suppressor technology on the market today. Our focus is building larger US manufacturing facilities, investing heavily into R&D, and expanding Stealth’s reach through the AOG’s network. The hard work our integration teams have completed the last few months has allowed us to provide a seamless transition for employees and customers.”
Stealth Project fits the AOG portfolio of brands that are known to be quiet and effective; Rambo Bikes, X-Stand Treestands, and Sniper Treestands. The move to acquire Stealth Projects first started in 2020 and was recently finalized. Stealth Project is committed to bring the best sound suppression in the gun industry and looks forward to a bright future.
Stealth Project Suppressors use a patented canted helical design which supposedly eliminates many of the problems that you have with traditional suppressor designs that use baffles. This design also means that baffle strikes are impossible. Their acquisition by Alliance Outdoor group should lead to increased funding for research and development as well as building larger U.S. manufacturing facilities.